Titans vs. Jaguars Monday Night Football: David Garrard Making Case for New QB
Through two quarters against the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, David Garrard has made two plays to underscore the Jacksonville Jaguars' need for a quarterback in the 2011 draft.
In the first quarter, Garrard forced Tiquan Underwood into an offensive pass interference penalty deep downfield. Underwood had two steps on his marker, but Garrard's underthrown long ball forced the speedy second-year receiver from Rutgers to tangle with Tennessee's Cortland Finnegan.
Then, in the second quarter, Garrard lobbed a throw over the middle that landed in the waiting arms of safety Michael Griffin among a mass of Titans defenders.
Searching through early mock-ups of the 2011 NFL Draft shows an overwhelming trend toward the Jaguars picking one of several strong-armed college seniors. Some projections put them high enough to snag Stanford's Andrew Luck or Washington's Jake Locker.
There's the argument that a rookie quarterback wouldn't be a good decision-maker right away. Then again, Garrard's showing neither the arm nor the discretion to be a better option thus far tonight.
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